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THE VOICE OF FREEDOM.
Hymn to the Stars.
JUT W.. B. 0. PIABOBT.
Aye! there ye shine, and there have shone,
In one eternal "hour of prime,"
Each rolling, burningly, alone,
Through boundless space and countless time.
Aye! there ye shine, the golden dews
That pttve. the realms by seraphs trod;
There, through yon echoing vault diffuse ,
Thsong of choral worlds to God.
Ye visible spirits! bright as erst
Young Eden's birthnight saw ye shine.
On all her flowers and fountains first.
Ye sparkled from the hand divine:
Yes! bright as then, ye smiled to catch
The music of a sphere so fair,
To hold your high, immortal watch.
And gird your God's pavilio there.
Gold fiets to dust; yet there ye are
Time'rusts the diamond there ye roll
In primal light, as if each star
Ejnshrined an everlasting soul.
And do they not? Since yon bright throng
One all enlightening spirit own;
Praised thee by pure siderial tongues.
Eternal, glorious, blest, alone..
Qould man but see what ye have seen,
Vnfold awhile the shrouded past,
From all that is, to what has been,.
The glance how rich, the range how vast!
The birth of Time, the rise, the fall
Of empires; myriads, ages flown;
Thrones, cities, tongues, arts, worships; all
The things whose echoes are not gone.
Ys saw red Zoroaster send
His soul into your'mystic reign;
Ye saw theadoriRg Sabian band,
The living hijlsjhis. mighty fine.
Beneath his blue and beaming sky,
He worshiped af our lofty shrine,
And deemed he saw with gifted eye.
The Godhead, in his works divine.
And there ye shine, as if to moc'i
The children of an earthly sire;
The storm, the bolt, the earthquake's shock,
The red volcano's cat'ract fire,
Drought, famine, plague, and blood, and flame.
All nature's ills, and life's worst woes, '
Are nought to you; ye smile the same,
And scorn alike their dawn and close.
Aye! there ye roll, emblems sublime
Qf Him whose spirit o'er us moves,
Beyod the clouds of grief and crime,
Still shining on the world he loves.
Nor is one scene to mortals given,
That more divides the soul and sod,
Than yon proud heraldry of heaven,
Yon burning blazonry of God.
LAtt'S OF VFKMONT.
Passed at the session of the General Assemlly, in
October an.Novemlcr, A. D. 1839.
1.- An Act, renting to the revised statutes.
It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly
of the state of Vermont, its follows:
1. The cotnmitteo who revised the statutes, or
any three of them, are hereby directed to prepare
the same, with the Constitution of the United
States, and of this slate, for publication, as soon
as may be, and make a copious index to the whole,
and a concise reference to each section at the head
of each chapter, and contract with some respon
eible person to publish the same.
2. Before making; any contract, such committee
shall give notice, by publication in at least four
newspapers printed in this state, that they will re
ceive proposals for printing the revised statutes,
and shall make the contract with'the person who
shall propose to publish the same on such tfrms
as, in the opinion of such committee, will be most
adveqtageous to the state.
3. The contract shall stipulate for the delivery
of one hundred and seventy-five copies of such
statutes, when published, for the the benefit of the
4. When the printing of the revised statutes
shall be completed, the committee, or any three
of them, shall certify the same to have been ex
amined and compared by them with the original
acts, and shaft deposit a copy, so certified, in the
office of the Secretary of State, which shall be
conclusive evidence of such statutes.
6. Such certificate shall be printed in each
copy of the revised statutes, published under the
direction of the committee,, and every copy so
printed, in which, such certificate shalll be insert
ed, may be used in evidence in all courts of jus
tice, and in all proceedings before any officers,
board or body in this state.
6.. This act shall be published with and as a
part of the revised statute.
Approved, November 10, 1S39.
2. An Act, in alteration of the act providing for
the reporting of the decisions of the Supreme
Court, approved November 1, 1837.
It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly
of the state of Vermont, as follows ;
1. Hereafter it shall not be the duty of the re
porter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, per
sanally to attend the sessions of said court, but in
all other things his duties shall be the snme as be
fore the passing of this act.
2. Such reporter shall annually receive, out of
the treasury ot this state, four hundred and fifty
dollar instead of seven hundred dollars, as pro
vided I y the act to which this is an tddition and
Approved, November 19, 1S39.
3. An Act, relating to the 3tate Prison.
Ii is hereby enacted by the General Assembly
of the state of Vermont, as follows :
1. Charles Hopkins of Windsor, John Moulton
of Woodstock and Otis Chamberlin of Pomfret,
are hereby appointed a committee, and are author
ized to let out, for a term not exceeding five years,
from and after the twentieth day of March next,
to any person or persons who will hire the same,
the labor of the convicts of said prison, on such
terms as shall be agreed to and determined on
h the committee herein before designated.
Provided however, that no contract of letting,
under the authority of this act, shall be valid, un
less the contractor or contractors shall, at the time
of entering into such contract or contracts, give
security, sntisfact.iry to the committee, by bond
with sureties executed to the treasurer of this
state, conditioned that said contractor or contrac
tors will wholly indemnifiy and save harmless the
s'.ate from any expense whatever on account of
said prison that shall accrue during the term of
such contract or contracts, and mitlilully lulhl and
perforin the contractor contracts so made.
Provided also, that nothing in this act contained
shall be construed to give such contractor or con
tracture any right to interfere in the government
of the prison, and said prison shall be conducted
and governed by the superintendent and other
officers thereof, in the same manner as has here
tofore been done.
2. Said committee may receive aud accept
propes tls in writing for the hire of the labor of
said convicts, and thereon caus3 contract or con
tracts to be made, subject to the conditions made
in the first proviso to the first section of this act,
and the said committee shall give notice of the
time and place at which they will receive and de
termine upon such proposals, by publication al
least thirty days previous thereto, in one newspa
per printed at Montpelier, and one newspaper
printed at Windsor in this state, which publication
shall be made within thirty days after the day ol
passing ot this act.
3. It shall be the duty of said committee to
close a contract with the person or persons mak
ing the best propositions for the interests of the
state, also to report to the next Ueneral Assembly
the names of all the persons making proposals of
contract, together with the propositions by them
made ; also to report the contract by them made,
and also to stipulate in said contract that the super
intendent ol said prison shall at nil times have
liberty to inspect the books of such contractor or
contractors, so far as thev relate to the business
and expenses at said prison, and to take therefrom
such memorandums as he may see fit.
4. This act shall take effect immediately upon
the passing of the same.
Approved, November 11, 1S39.
4. An Act, in addition to an act entitled "an
act, for regulating and governing the Militia
of this Stale."' approved Nov. 1, 1837.
It is hereby enacted by the General assembly
of the State of Vermont, as follows :
1. So much of the first section of the third
chapter of the act to which this is an addition
as provides that the division inspector shall take
precedence of nnv colonel ol the line andj so
much as provides for the appointment of one
quartermaster sergeant to eaeh town, are hereby
2. In addition to the regimental start now re
quired by law, it shall be the duty of tae regi
mental held ofheers to appoint one quartermaster
DUTIES OF OFFICE I!S.
1. So much of the second section of the
fourth chapter of the act to which this is an addi
tion as makes it the duty of the adjutant and in
spector general to attend and take command at all
regimental drills, and so much ol the tenth Fec-
tion as requires the brigade inspector to attend
the regimental drills, and regimental courts mar
tial, bo, and the same are hereby repealed.
2. It shall bp the duty of the minor generals
to attend biennially the inspection and review of
the several regiments of at least one brigade
within their respective divisions. It shall further
be their duty to attend and take command nt each
officers' drill within their respective divisions,
provided by this act, to superintend the exercises
and manoeuvres, and to introduce the system of
discipline established by law, and they shall lake
the command as drill officers so far as it shall be
necessary to the execution of those duties.
3. It shall be the duty of the brigadier gener
als, together with their staff to attend biennially
the inspection and review of the several regiments
in their respective brigades.
4. It shall be the duty of the commandant of
each regiment to appoint the place of nil officers'
drills ordered by the brigadier grnrral in pursu
ance of this act, and to notify the major genera!
of the division, in which they arc located, thereof.
It shall fanner be his duty nt all officers drills
within hi regiment, in the absence of the major
general, to drill his regiment cither by himself, or
by some person appointed by him.
5. At all officers drills and regimental mus-
stcrs directed by this act, the adjutant of the re
giment shall take precedence of any captain of
the line. I
6. The returns required by the thirteenth
section of the fourth chapter of the act to which
this ii an addition, shall include the amount of nil
executions issued by the regimental courts martial
previous to the first day ol July. And it shall be
the duty of the commandant of each company to
annex to his annual return a list of all those
within the limits of his company who are exemp
ted from duty in time of peace only. .
UUA1M lilt 1U.
1. So much of the militia act of 1S37. as re
quires the chaplain, surgeon and surgeon's mate
of each regiment, to be uniformed, be, and hereby
i. I he uniform of the surgeon, and surgeon's
mate of ach regiment, shall be as follows: citi
zen's black hat, coat and pantaloons, boots and
spurs, red sash, black rose cockade, with white
on? inch eagle plate, : the surgeon with white two
inch star on the right breast, and surgeon's mate
the same upon the left breast, with horse eauinap-e
as now provided for field and staff officers.
INDEPENDENT COMPANIES AND CVAAL.RY.
1. The first section of the seventh chapter of
the act to which this is an addition, and so much
of the third section as. makes the enlistment of
minors into independent companies void, be, and
the same hereby is repealed.
2. The commanding officer of any company
of light infantry, riflemen, nrtillery or cavalry,
may from time to time fill up his company by
enlistments from any of the standing companies
in their respective regiments. Provided, That he
shall not enlist any person under the age of
twenty-one years, without the consent of their
parents, guardians or masters being first obtained
in writing, and that no enlistment shall take
place out of any standing company so as to re
duce said company to a less number than fifty ef
3. Independent companies, retained tinder
their own organization by the board of officers
appointed by the governor, under the Militia Act
of 1837, shall be attached to the regiments within
which they are located, and may from time to
time, with the approbation in' writing of the field
officers, of their respective regiments, enlist from
standing companies within their regiment, subject
to the proviso to the first section of this chap
4. Each brigadier general may organize one
company of cavalry in each regiment of his brig
ade, upon the recommendation of the colonel of
said regiment. The officers of the cavalry shall
furnish themselves with good horses, at least
fourteen hands and a half high, and shall be
armed with a sword, a pair of pistols, the holsters
of which shall be covered with bear skin caps.
Each horsman shall provide himself with a ser
viceable horse, at least fourteen hands and a half
high, a good saddle, bridle, mail-pillion and va
lise, holsters, a breastplate and cropper, a pair of
boots and spurs, a pair of pistols and sabre, and
a cartridge box, to contain twelve cartridges for
pistols. No man shall be enlisted into any troop of
cavalry, unless he shall own and constantly keep
a suitable horse and furniture for that service.
And if any person, who shall belong to any troop
of cavalry, shall be destitute of a suitable horse
and furniture for more than throe months at any
oue time, he shall be discharged from such corps,
by the captain thereof, and be enrolled in the
standing company in which he resides. And
when any draft or detachment shall be made
from a troop of cavalry for actual service, the
men thus drafted or detached shall march with
their own horses: and before they march, their
horses shall be apprised by three indifferent men,
to be appointed by the commanding officer of the
brigade from which such detachment shall be
made. The commissioned, non-commissioned of
ficers and musicians of cavalry companies, shall
not be required to attend the regimental drills
provided for in this act. And the members of
such companies shall be exempt from taxes as
they were previous to the passage of the act to
which this is ;.n addition.
1. So much of the first section of the eighth
chapter of the net to which this is an addition as
provides for the payment to the adjutant arid in
spector general of three dollars per day for dril
ling, and also so much of the proviso as provides
that the officers attending the regimental courts
marshal shall not receive any compensation, be
and the same hereby is, repealed.
2. The drilling officer ot any regimental dril
shall receive for each day's attendance the sum of
three dollors, and, if he be the maior penera
of the division, or the commanding officer of the
regiment, the further sura of six cents for each
mile s travel.
J. 1 he ofheers attending the regimental
courts marshall ordered by the Militia Act oflS37,
shall receive the sum of one dollar for each day's
attendance and six cents for each mile's travel,
4. The adjutant and inspector general shall
receive an annual salary of two hundred and fif
ty dollars, to be paid out of the treasury of the
5. Each (mniissioned, non-commissioned
officer and mui:ian shall be paid for each day's at
tendance, at any regimental drill in their respec
live regiments, the sum of one dollar.
RULES AND ARTICLES.
1. The twenty-fourth article of the ninth chap
tor of the act to which ihis is an addition, be, and
the same hereby is repealed.
2. All delinquents, to be triad before a brigade
court marshal shall be served with a copy ol the
charges iiiid specificaii mspreferred against them,
at least ten days previous to the time of trial.
3. Every non-commissioned officer, musician
and private who, being duly ordered, shall unne
cessarily neglect to appear at any election of
company officers, at the lime and place nnnoint
ed, shall forfeit and pay the sum of one dollar, to
be collected in the same manner as other fines for
non-appearance ot any company training now
4. Every commissioned officer who, heinc
cany ordered, snail unnecessarily neglect to ap
pear at any election of field officers, at the time
and place appointed, shall forfeit and .ay the sum
of two dollar:-'.
5. The third and fourth sections of the ninth
chapter of the act to which this is an addition,
shall be construed to extend to all cases in which
compensation is provided for officers and soldieis
by this svcl.
f To he concluded next week."
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by the Proprietors, Hartford, Conn, j
A few only of the latest certificates can be inserted here,
for numerous others see large pamphlets just published.
New Haven, Ohio, Dec. 4th. 1838.
GcntlemeTi, Seeing the very high estimation held forth
by the Agent in this section, and by those who had the op
portunity of trying Dr. Phelps' Compound Tomato Pills
and being under belief of the firm having restored healthy
secretions of the glandular system more than once, by us
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ommending them as a highly valuable Family Medicine.
From a gentleman of high respectability ; dated
New York, Nov. 6th, 1838.
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Six years since, I suffered from a malady, pronounced by
the concurrent opinion of a council of physicians, a chron
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ISAAC W. AVEflY, 179 William street.
From the. Rev. I. J. Sprague, Pastor of the fourth
Congregational Church, Hartford, Conn.
Dr. G. R. Phelps,
Sir For several years past I have found it well to keep
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i?OME, April 2"ih, 1839.
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Scccni Letter from Dr. Eaton, dated Brookfteld, Ms.
March 29, 1839.
Dr. Phelps Dear Sir Your Pills are in creat demand.
I havo but a few on hand : no one who lias taken them but
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Washington, Orange, Caleoonia, Essex, Orleans, Franklin
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OR MORAL EXPURGATOR, AND SCIEN
TIFIC AND LITERARY EXPOSITOR.
IT is in contemplation to commence the issue oft sem
monthly Periodical, upon the first of January, 1840,
with the foregoing unique cognSmon, and which is design
ed to be entirely original, and to be presented to its patron
in the state of a well executed royal octavo of sixteen double-column
pa i, amounting, in the year, to nearly one
thousand of thoe ordinarily presented in the book form;
constituting a volume which, it is intended, shall be as
useful as ample, and which i& offered to subscribers, at
the uncompensrfiory price of two dollars a year,, payable
however, unexceptionably in advance.
The object of the present enterprise is not to create
substitute for those more elaborate, volumiuoua and supe
rior Periodicals, with which persons who are able may be
abundantly supplied from abroad; but to 'afford a cheap,
and convenient vehicle or recording and circulating the
readable lucubrations of our sectional Literati; and which,,
we hope, will be, the more abundantly elicited in the char
acter of manuscript contributions, by the proffered opf or-,
unity for promulgation.
The character of the work is designed to be neither tl. e-k
ological, political, sectarian nor partial; and, therefore,,
open to universal, chaste discussion and recuperative irony-.
Its columns are intended tobc, mostly, appropriated to the.
investigation of physical and intellectual humanity; to the
contemplation of man as a moral and social being, whelm
ed in responsibilities, ignorance and delinquency, with
their, inevitably, disastrous consequences; to expose and
reform the ignorance, error and vices of society, by reflec
ting, convincingly, upon each,, its deformity, hazards and
catastrophies, and to scourge or ridicule, both, fashionable
and unfashionable licentiousness and folley, out of credit
with their votaries, and' out of humor with themselves: In
fine, it is intended as an oracle, through which, truth may
be fearlessly uttered; and in whose responses, Virtue shaft
find ample encouragement to emulation, while Vice shall
see Mcne Tekel written on every wall of its habitation.
These are theself-evidently, laudable objects, for the at
tainment of which our contemplated periodical is to be in
stituted ; and for whose encouragement, we would, confi
dent! v, yet courteously, present our claim to public patron
age ; not, however, without the provision of its being cheer
fully relinquished, whenever the value of the work ihall
havo Iailed to justify its continuance.
By the provisional Editorial Committee
AVING procured from Bteton new and elegant founts
of the most FASHIONABLE TYPE, is prepared to
prosecute the above business, in all its branches : and hat
no hesitation in saying that all work entrusted to him will
be executed in a style not inferior to that of any oth
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Yellow Lace, Yellow Epauletts, Red Sashes &c. for sale
cheap for cash.
50 dot. Infantry Hat Plates, White Cocl.feathers, White
Wings for Sargeants, 12 inch White Vulture Plume,
Swords and Belts, Flat Eagle Buttons, Laces, Epauletts,
Sf. for sale cheap for cash.
Montpelier, June 10, 1830 21:tf
WERLNOS, cheaper than ever, mav be found at
IfJL JE WETT, HOWES & CO' S.
Sept. 27. 39:3wia.
HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE,
STATE Sr., MONTPELIER, Vt.
JE. BADGER & SON, have this dav received into
partnership Mr. DAVID PARTRIDGE; and tha
business, at the old stand, will in future be conducted under
the firm of
BADGER & PARTRIDGE,
who have on hand, and will constantly keep for sale Hats
Caps, Furs, Suspenders, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. They
would return their thanks to the citizens of Montpelier nd
vicinity for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to this
establishment, and solicit a continuance of the same.
N. B. Merchants supplied with Hats, of all kinds, at
All persons indebted to the late firm of J. E. Badger
& Son, are requested to call and settle, and make pay
ments. Montpelier, Oct. 7, 1839. 40:tf
USLLN Edgings and Insertion, Cambric do. do
Thread do. do. Plain and figd Swiss Muslins jus
received at JEWETT, HOWES & CO'S.
Sept. 27. 39:3wi
ADDLERY, Hard Ware, Neat's Oil, Patent Leather
&c. for sale bv CUTLER & JOHNSON.
Montpeler, April 27th, 183.4
FOR 1840 for sale at this Office.
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